Rita & Honey Bun

Pat – I think of you with my little “Chubby Chihuahua”. She lost almost 50% of her weight and she is now pretty athletic!! I now call her my “Centerfold Chihuahua”. She has ingratiated herself into our household and I can’t imagine a better dog!! She has been delightful.

Your book was fantastic – it was serendipity to see your book at the fair just a couple weeks after I inherited Honey Bun – my first dog as an adult!!

Thank you, Rita


Take Advantage of our 2020 Holiday Special!

Get  “Bandit, The Chubby Chihuahua” and “Six Tails” both for only $20.00 during the month of of December!

Contact Pat HERE to take advantage of this fantastic special!

Pat Postek showcasing her books at a book fair

Read the recently published interview of Pat by Voyage Denver – the publication that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and entrepreneurs, local institutions and those that make our city interesting.

Pat Postek Indie Wall of Fame

Pat is officially inducted into the Indie Authors Wall of Fame

Read the latest press release on Pat’s inclusion in the top
100 Indie books!

The Denver Post recently featured Pat Postek reading her award winning book at Deane Elementary

Selected as a notable 100

Bandit, The Chubby Chihuahua was selected as one of the 2015 Notable 100 books by Shelf Unbound Magazine out of thousands of entries. Click here to read the award issue online and see the award.

Pat Postek’s children’s book, Bandit, The Chubby Chihuahua, won three awards in three separate categories (Illustrations, Children’s Story Book, and Ebooks) at the annual Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA) EVVY Book cipa awardAwards banquet dinner held on August 23, 2014. Click here for the full list of 2014 EVVY Award Winners.

Pat Postek’s picture book, BANDIT, THE CHUBBY CHIHUAHUA, received a finalist award in the Children’s Book category from the Colorado Authors’ League at their annual awards banquet held on May 8, 2014. CAL is the state’s oldest professional writers’ organization, established in 1931 “to foster the art and craft of authorship.”



Pat Postek’s picture book, BANDIT, THE CHUBBY CHIHUAHUA, was a finalist in the Children’s Book category from the Colorado Authors’ League at their annual awards banquet held on May 8, 2014. CAL is the state’s oldest professional writers’ organization, established in 1931 “to foster the art and craft of authorship.”




I looked out my window today and saw the boy across the street carrying a little dog into his house.  I wonder what the cat next door will think about that?







Olivia, age 7-1/2

“An endorsement from Olivia, age 71/2. 

Her mom read Six Tails to her before she could read. 

Now she reads the book herself.  And it still is one of her favorite books. 

So sweet!  Six Tails is destined to be a classic.

Christmas Shopping


There are only six shopping days left until Christmas, and I still haven’t gotten gifts for my good friends, Lily, Cinco, Frasier, Fred and Bentley.  Christmas shopping should be easier this year, because I created a gift list.

Gift List:

– Lily – Red and Green Plaid Christmas Collar

– Cinco – Gift Card to the Spotty’s Doggie Diner

– Frasier – Gift Card to New Leash on Life Day Spa

– Fred – Extra Fuzzy Reindeer Antlers

– Bentley – Red Christmas sweater with lots of jingle bells

I planned to go shopping early Saturday morning, but mom wanted me to go with her to pick out a Christmas tree. 

Maybe Sunday would be a better day.  No, I can’t go on Sunday.  I like to play with my friends at the dog park on Sundays.  Since we don’t have class on Monday, I’ll go shopping Monday morning.   Yes, Monday it is.  

Which store should I go to first?   Most of the gifts can be bought at Mutts”N”Stuff, so I’ll go there first.   But “Spotty’s Doggie Diner” is on the way.  I wonder if they gift wrap at Mutts”N”Stuff?   If they don’t, I’ll have to buy wrapping paper.   Maybe I should go to “Bones for Less” first for the wrapping paper.  Christmas shopping is SO stressful.

Fondly focused,




Halloween is only a few days away.  It’s one of my favorite holidays, because you can dress up and be anything you want to be on that day.

 Every year our doggie daycare has a Halloween Party, and we can come dressed up in our favorite costumes.  Last year I came dressed as a pirate.  I had a patch over one eye and wore a lot of long, gold necklaces.  I also wore a silly pirate’s hat that got in the way when I played “Bobbing for Rubber Balls.”

This year I want to be a fairy princess, and wear the dress my grandma gave me last year.  Gosh, I hope it still fits.  I love that dress!  It’s made of pink chiffon and has short puffy sleeves. When I wear it, it makes me feel beautiful.  It makes me want to dance in circles on my two hind legs and pretend I’m dancing at the Princess Ball.

 Yippee!  I just  tried on the dress, and it fits.   When I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror, I wondered if the long, dangling earrings and tiara might be a little too much.  It might be hard to bob for rubber balls with those crazy earrings.  I guess I could wrap my ears around the tiara, but that may look kind of silly.  Oh well, it’s Halloween. 

For the love of  jewelry,


By Jerry H. Moskowitz

When a friend suggested that I read this book, I was expecting just another children’s book.  Boy was I in for a surprise.  The reading is easy enough for a child but the message that each story tells is for all ages.  I found the book warm and compelling.  I couldn’t put it down until I read the whole thing.  Six Tails is a “must read” either to a child or by a child.  PS – adults will find the stories an easy review for some of life’s humanitarian lessons. Jerry H. Moskowitz

Welcome to Wagamore Productions

Welcome to Wagamore Productions


Our mission is to write and publish meaningful children’s books to enhance the lives of all children. We use animal stories to convey valuable life lessons in an entertaining and supportive way. 

Bandit, The Chubby Chihuahua, was chosen as one of three finalists for this year’s award in the children’s book category from the Colorado Authors’ League. The winner will be announced at the annual CAL banquet on Thursday, May 8.


 “Bandit, The Chubby Chihuahua” Receives a Five-Star Review 12/30/2013

This is a short simple book for pre-school and young elementary school children. It has a few good teaching elements — animal adoption, proper eating habits, exercise, friendship even when it is with a stereotyped “enemy.” The illustrations by Brad Davies are simple, colorful and well done.  The writing by the author is easily understood for the young child.  It is also an early reader of which can be read by an older sibling to younger ones.  It can be purchased in a large hard backed book with quality pages for durability. Perfect for a group reading book.  My review of this book offers a Five Stars rating.  This book was sent to me by the author for an hones review, of which I have given. 

Rockin Book Reviews



Bandit The Chubby Chihuahua


Meet The Newest Dog To Join The Pack!


Bandit’s Story is Now Available!


Bandit, the Chihuahua, was named by Jackson who adopted him from the animal shelter. Malcolm, the strange orange cat, befriends Bandit and welcomes him to the neighborhood. Bandit and Malcolm become true friends. Bandit’s life is changed forever by Jackson’s kindness and Malcolm’s wisdom. This adorable dog story teaches a valuable life lesson to children of all ages.








Our award-winning book Six Tails received the 2009 Colorado Author’s League Top Hand Award for Children’s Fiction. These six heart-warming stories, told through the experiences of six loveable canines, will touch your heart, bring a smile to your face, and inspire lots of conversation about the book’s six life lessons.


Six Tails in the News”

Six Tails received rave reviews from Macaroni Kid, which is a national newsletter with local community activities and events chapters across the United States. Read more…





Wagamore Productions publishes books
that give children the confidence they need
to embrace the uniqueness of who they are.

~Patricia Lynn Reilly, Publishing Coach


Wagamore Productions publishes
inspirational stories to assist children, parents,
and grandparents navigate life’s challenges
with confidence and optimism.

~Deanna Osborne, Marketing Professional


Six Tails by Pat Postek


for these heart-warming stories told through the experiences of six loveable canines.

What do a Fox Terrier, Yorkshire Terrier, Golden Retriever, Basenji, Basset Hound, and Poodle have in common—life lessons about change.

Cinco moves to the city. Fraiser loses his way. Stasha takes an adventure on a magic carpet ride. Barkless Bentley discovers his gifts. Fred follows his nose and discovers the joy of exploring. Lily loves jewelry.

Their “tails” will touch your life, bring a smile to your face, and inspire lots of conversation in your home about the book’s six life lessons.

Pat Postek brings together her wisdom as mother and grandmother and her special connection to dogs in this fun-filled book. It will delight and inspire children of all ages!

Six Tails is available to buy as an e-book for $6.99

Click the links below to purchase your favorite e-book version:


for NOOK click HERE

for Kindle click HERE


Six Tails in PAPERBACK available at the WAGAMORE BOOK STORE only $9.95.


The author donates a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Six Tails to Autism Speaks. Its goal is to change the future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorder. Visit www.autismspeaks.org to learn more about this organization and its mission.